SafetyCulture Summit 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, across the globe, governments are easing restrictions. Now is the time to think about reopening with the safety of your staff and customers at the forefront.
As local and international quarantines phase out, organizations are now tasked with reopening amid new restrictions, adhering to strict rules and accomodating that criteria in their day to day operations.
As this situation continues to evolve, SafetyCulture’s mission is to get you safely back to business - from the physical requirements to reopen through to the new checks and procedures required on an ongoing basis.
A crisis is almost always a trigger for change. If history is any indication, the current global pandemic will be a catalyst that will change the way we live for good. Once we overcome this crisis, we can return to our “normal” operations with a renewed sense of appreciation and vigilance.
With this return to work guide, you can help your workforce to readapt with new normal ways of working to make the post-quarantine transition as seamless as possible.
Featured back to business templates
Workplace Reopening Checklist for COVID-19
Facility Reopening Readiness Checklist
Social Distancing Plan for Workplaces
Business continuity planning is an essential preparation in keeping a business operational in times of disasters. Businesses should start outlining strategies, assets, measures and key persons involved to create a system that would prevent any threats that would affect the business and its employees. The new normal is about being prepared for uncertainty.
Featured business continuity templates
Business Continuity Plan Template
Business Continuity Plan Checklist
Since the recent outbreak of a respiratory illness now called COVID-19, the new normal is about keeping people safe. Healthcare, emergency, and volunteer workers can keep more people and communities safe and curb the spread with consistent checks.
Featured COVID-19 templates
From optimizing workstations at home to collaborating via virtual meetings, new ways of working are becoming the new normal. Organizations can prepare and help their staff to transition by empowering them with an inspection and corrective action tool to stay safe and efficient while working from home.
Featured work from home resources
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